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Nj Backwards

  1. 1. Burning Questions • Do you have a BURNING QUESTION? We will be happy to answer questions during the day. • Please use a post-it at the end of the rows to write your question. • Post your question on one of the BURNING QUESTIONS charts.
  2. 2. Professional Development Student Achievement
  3. 3. Professional Development and Student Achievement
  4. 4. Student Achievement What is the definition of student achievement that drives your planning for success?
  5. 5. TOUGH CHOICES OR TOUGH TIMES Those countries that produce the most important new products……………………….depend on a deep vein of creativity that is constantly renewing itself, and on a myriad of people who can imagine how people can use things that have never been available before, create ingenious marketing and sales campaigns, write books, build furniture, make movies and imagine…………..
  6. 6. TOUGH CHOICES OR TOUGH TIMES This is a world in which a very high level of preparation in reading, writing, speaking, mathematics, science, literature, history, and the arts will be an indispensable foundation ……. …comfort with ideas and abstractions is the passport to the good life, in which high levels of education—a very different kind of education than most of us have had– are going to be the only security there is.
  7. 7. STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT GOALS ACADEMICS- knowledge and skills to be successful in school and life. LIFE SKILLS-aptitude, attitude and skills to lead responsible, fulfilling and respectful lives. RESPONSIBILITY TO THE COMMUNITY- attributes that contribute to an effective and productive community and the common good of all.
  8. 8. Student Behaviors What do we need to get students to do or do more of to get the student achievement we seek?
  9. 9. TEACHER CHANGES WHAT CHANGES MUST OCCUR IN INDIVIDUAL TEACHER PRACTICES TO GENERATE THE CHANGES WE SEEK IN STUDENTS?
  10. 10. STAFF RELATIONSHIPS ARE THERE CHANGES THAT NEED TO OCCUR IN THE WAY THAT STAFF MEMBERS WORK WITH EACH OTHER (STAFF RELATIONSHIPS) IN ORDER FOR THE DESIRED INDIVIDUAL STAFF MEMBER CHANGES TO OCCUR? IF SO, DESCRIBE.
  11. 11. Teacher Relationships •Parallel Play •Adversarial Relationships •Congenial Relationships •Collegial Relationships Roland S. Barth Relationships Within the Schoolhouse ASCD 2006
  12. 12. Wheatley Diagram at ion nf orm I h ips ns Re la t io CREATIVITY sion Vi EXPERIMENTS New Wheatly, M.J. and M. Kellner-Rogers, A Simpler Way.
  13. 13. High School
  14. 14. Middle School
  15. 15. Elementary School
  16. 16. Conversations about PLCs If you were observing an effective PLC meeting what might you hear? See? How are PLC meetings different from department or committee meetings? List possible outcomes from effective PLCs.
  17. 17. Progress from PLC’s • Teacher Conversations • Teacher Behavior • Student Behavior • Student Achievement
  18. 18. Conversations about PLCs What resistance do staff have to participating in PLCs? What benefits from PLCs would staff find most rewarding? How willing are you to invest in making PLCs happen? Why?
  19. 19. Assessing Progress • Individuals………Franchises……… Teams…………School as Team…… District as Team
  20. 20. Conversations about PLCs What ideas do you have for increasing PLC participation? What do we risk from implementing your idea? What’s the risk of not trying?
  21. 21. Teacher Relationships and Student Achievement
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